|Quoting e38 (Reply 4):|
Independence76, equipment substitutions happen from time to time at major air carriers. Not a big deal. If the aircraft that was scheduled to operate the LAX - DFW turn had a mechanical issue and the 762 you saw had previously arrived into LAX from a transcon flight and was available, it makes sense to have subbed it on the LAX - DFW turn until appropriate repairs could be made to the other aircraft.
|Quoting Independence76 (Thread starter):|
SFO, LAX, JFK, and BOS
|Quoting zululima (Reply 5):|
The only fleet type in recent history that I've never seen in DFW was the A300.
|Quoting Independence76 (Reply 6):|
762's are virtually extinct at DFW.
|Quoting Fiveholer (Reply 2):|
We had TWO 762s here in Tulsa last week I think it was. I believe at least one, maybe BOTH operated legs to DFW. It's not uncommon for the afternoon 757 to be subbed for a 763 but I think this was the only time I have seen any 762s here.
|Quoting rojo (Reply 7):|
B772 also operated today ORD-MIA. I think it was AA2074
|Quoting NASCARAirforce (Reply 16):|
Flightaware said that DFW-MCO flight was a 752, but it turned out to be a 762.